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 VOL.'  4.  ATLIN, B. C, SATURDAY.   MAY, 4, ,1901.  NO.  94.  JUST   ARRIVE  Our Spring Stock of Staple and Fancy Dry Goods  "   Selected to suit the taste and needs  of the Ladies of "At'in.  In Men's Furnishings wc cr.n show some lines in:���  ,      ��� FANCY -SHIRTS .    , L ]       'FINK AMERICAN SHOES  HOSIERY   ' - 1        GOLD SEAL BOOTS-  SUSPENDERS  UNDERWEAR  GOLD SEAL SHOES.  CLOTHING.  We have a Fino Line of English and French Briar Pipes.  OUR STOCK OF GROCERIES IS LARGE AND COMPLETE.  v    \    '"      .,   PRICES REASONABLE.  BLACKETT. & CO.  The Canadian Bank of; Commerce.  -    CAPITAL,   PAID    UP   '$8,000,000.  Branches of the. Bank at Seattle,  San Francisco,  Exchange sold on aSi Points.  Portland,  Skagway, etc.  Gor.D Dust Puhcmasicd���Assay Oi-kio: in ConnkcTion.  "i?   ' '  - , '" \ '.'    J.'S.   .MUNRO,. Manager.  TUN HEWING ���&a a  HRKVERS'OF .STKA.AI  AND I.AGICR   ISKIiR.       NONK  HPT THK  BH.ST- rXlrUKDlKvPS      USUI)    IN    Ti'I.C ��� MANUl'ACn.'RiC     Ol*"  OUR  HKKR.TH.li   ONLY   HRICW1CRV  IN TUK ARCTIC RKOIONS.  I  ,.,_..  ORDKRS PROMPTLY FI J.I.KD FUR AI.I.  PARTS OI" TIIIC  YUKON '  TKRKITORV   A.VI)   N.):tTinVK->TK iN    JUUTISII    COLUMBIA.  A T L I N,  13. C  -.     - SI'KCIAI.TIKS  IN  FANCY   CAKES   &    PASTRY.  Fresh Bread, Rye ISrsad, eto.  -   . 'Chas.  Mvkk, Proprietor.  ���Good Rooms to Rent- -By the  Day,  Week or Month  al reasonable  rates.  OFFICES   TO   KJSNT  .    " IN  THE   PUBLISHERS   BLOCK  The most Central and   Convenient   in   Town.     Will   be   altered'to snii  Tenants.  A. C. Hirschfeld.  .   E. W. BICktLE,   Notary  Public,  ACCOUNTANT,    MifJING   BROKER,   AND   F! NANCiAL   AGENT.  Abstracts Prepared and Accounts Collected.  0)fkick:���Oppositk Provincial Govkrxmknt Building.  The = Bank = of = British = North = America  Kxtnhlwlicil in IVri.    Incx-put'iitol liy Riiynl (JIiiwti*r.  Paid Up Capital $4...S66,666  Rkskkyh Fund 5'.703.333  Head Office in. Canada:  Montreal,  h! Stikhman,  General   Manager.  Branches In all the principal cities of Canada, and agents in New Yoik.  San Francisco, Seattle. Taconin, Portland, .Spokane, Boston, Chicago, lite.  ASSA Y Off'IQE  '    Gold Dust Assayed, Purchased or Taken on Consignment.  Quartz Assaying at Reasonable Rale*;.  . NEW RAILROADS.-  The Lake Bennett and Chilcat  Railway Eiils  Approved   by   the   Local  Legislature ���- Prospects   of    Early  '     Construction ��� Backed     by  Plenty of Money. t,  The following telegram received  this week from our local member is  self explanatory: ' -  ���'The third reading "of the Chilcal and Ivlahini Railway Bill, also  the Bennett Railway Co. Bill have  both passed the House and now  await the consent of the Lieut.-  Governor.       ' J.  Stahlks." '  Victoria, B.C., April 24th, 1901.  The Lake Bennett Railway most  interests us.in Atlin, and it is grati-,  fying to know that the charter has  been granted, particularly so, when,  the company wiU'almostimmediatey  commence construction . and push'  the road through lo completion. It  is rather a gigantic piece oi engineering work, when it is remembered,  that a tunnel is proposed to be  driven through the Chilcoot summit, and this alone will take many  months. -"However,-worse obstacles  than that in railroading have been  surmounied, and as there are  brains, energy and money at the  back or' the enterprise, we may look  for material developments in the  near fulure.  This railroad, as far as this Province is concerned, will run from .a  point on the Dyea river to Lake  Bennett: thence to the 60th parallel of latitude. Steamers will be  placed on the lakes, in competition  with those of the British-Yukon  Navigation Co., aud in due season  we may look for benefits* accruing  from such competition.  The Chilcat and Klahiui Railway  is contemplated * with the view o.  opening up the Porcupine district,  .md starts from about the junction  of the Chilcat and Klahini rivers;  thence westerly, along -the lattei  river und northerly in the general  direction of the Dalton tiail, clost.  to the British Columbia and Alaska  boundary.  ATLIN CENSUS.  Assistant   .Census ��� Cbmmis-.  ' sioner   Macfarlane  Fas  Begun  His Work   in  I is Dls-  ��� J* triet -- Man   on   the .Way to  '. eslin an 1 f lenora ���'Returns  to be Made in June.  SHAMROCK IL  Dumbarton, April 20. ��� Shamrock II. was successfully launched  this afternoon at Denny's yard iu  the presence of a good crowd of invited guests, newspaper men and  employees. Lady Dufferin christened the new challengei, which  looked extremely spick and span in  its coat of white paint, rimmed with  green, while the manganese bottom  shone like a mirror.  Sir Thomas Lipton   says he ex-  j peels   t'i   build   a   defender, net a  j challenger, next \ ear.  Mr. J. \Y. Macfarlane, whose'appointment as Assistant Census Commissioner was noted some weeks  ago in. .the Claim, has now been  .supplied with all. the necessary documents in connection with his appointment. - His ' district comprises  the Atlin, Eennett-Lake and Tes-  lin districts,' 'and at this 'season of  the year he and his assistants will  have earned all thai is coming to  them. Mr. Macfarlane has dispatched two men to Te.-*lin, Glenora  and Telegraph creek, and there is  little likelihood wc will see them  back again , before the ope i g'ot  navigation. We are confident that  Mr. Macfarlan; and hi-, assistants  will perform their work-in a conscientious, and efficient manner, and  we do not fear that such complaints  as have been heard from Vai corner  will be registered*.from this district.  In,, order to obtain . ii census it  must ,be done with- tiie greatest  care as well as despatch, and we  are confident that uuder Air. Macfai-  lant's supervision this .will be accomplished.  We have _ been privileged to examine the different schedules aud  as we will- have to answer the  various questions ourselves we  woukijjsuggest.ihat no obstacle be  placed in the way, particularly as  all assistants, and enumerators are  under oath. not to deyulge the in-  formalim obtained in the carrying  on of their work.  Mr. Macfarlane's assistants in the  district ar^ as follows:  'Allin to  Half-way  House: Geo.  . Polly.  Half-way House to Discovery  ?nd creeks east and south:  Harry Brown.  Bennett - Lake   and   Porcupine :  Robert Patrick.  ���   Teslin .and   Dea.se. I,ake: George  '  Cootes.  RUBY CREEX  HYDRAU-  ��� LIC MNING CO.  Among the recent arrivals announced in the Ci.AiM-was Mr. P.  \Y. Law of Ruby creek. We learn  that Mr. Law this winter organized  the Atlin-Ruby Creek Hydraulic  Mining Co., with a fully paid-up  capital ot $[8,ooo, for the purpose  of exploiting Ruby creek. The  company is now prospecting aud  developments have warranted the  ordi'ri'n. an hydraulic plant. if I  I? I,  u ���  111  If  o  ATLIN,-B.C.."SATURDAY,   MAY,  4,  190 j,  The Atlin Claim.  hv  ''PiiIiIIkIicmI    pvi*ry    Siiturilay   inoriiiii  The atlin Claim  Puni,ieniN(i Co.  A. (J. HlllfiCIIL'KI.I*, li 11 iron and   Puoimuktou  Otliuc of iiiiljlioatioii Pearl S-.  Advertising rates luiuli.* known an ii|>|ili<'ii-  tion. '     '    , ���    .  Tim, Kiilixuriptiiiii prirn i*. .ff> a year pay-  nl)U< in mlvHiicP. No paper will lie ilelivereil  iinloNS these conditions an- eomplied wit li.  Saturday, May 4th,   ujor.  prov-e true.     Preparatory/ work   on  hydraulic   ground',,  especially   that  on the   higher   elevations,   will  be  very lute   this   season,   and    unless  the change is prevalent all over the  district, many of the couipa: ies in-  j lending   lo operate will   be delayed  j from   three   to  .live weeks over hist  1 year before they'can' begin piping.  ,   To   the   outside   world "Atlin is  i thought   to   be   a place  "way off"  "_ ^r  lioni civilization and especially dur-  Wk are compelled" to announce ing winter, where the haidships to  to the public that we are not well |-e undergone in-getting here arc  enough " healed " to place ourselves ! thought of with awe. Last week  on record as philanthropists foi lhe We announced the arrival of two  good of the camp, nor can we con- litUe girls, lhe elder but 14, who  duct tiie Claim on "jaw-bone." jcatne all the way from Indianapolis,  We have liabilities lo meet nnd we j Indiana, U. S. A., to Atlin alone,  have always paid for what we got, ,'po use their own words " They had  but   we   expect   others   to  do the  a splendid lime, and had no trouble  J, ft. fraser $ ���.  "      SUCCKSSOKSr    TO '    .  P. P. Co: . first Street, Atlin.  Cor Staple & fancy Groceries  ,SPo  Tohaccos and Confectionery,  ttention toorderskWGiveus a call.  at all." This week we note tbe arrival of a well-known gentleman  from Victoria, who left .Vancouver  hythe C. P. N. Co.'s S.S. Danube,  same with us. Our lime is valuable  and we expect the same treatment  as is accorded to others aud not lo  be told    "the   Claim   can   wait,''  -wben'-we look   for settlement of our -Thursday, April 25th," at 2.30 p.m.  account.--. j;,nd arrived iu   Atlin   on   Tuesday,  We are stating :.o more ..than the!2yth inst.', at 1 1.30 a.m., thus mak-  truth when'we take credit toour-iihg the trip in four days and 22  selves tor .having done a great deal hours, the ocean trip occupying  of good to the .-Mini district, and as , three and' a half days. This is"a  a rewind'the Claim is entitled io 'record breaker, but, nevertheless it  the snpporf ot ;'.;-. p".'*!ic. It i�� the .'01:1 be done. The mails from. Van-  dutv oi <-.ver'.i,i!tf wr.Li hny interest couver for the last three or four  in the camp to support a live naper.j weeks have reached here in from  whose motto is ���'Atlin first," and ! four and a half to five and a half  which has never yet failed to unfurl!days. We are not aware that the  it. We have tided over a long, j " hardships " have killed anybody,  hard winter on   a   beggar's   allow- j nor have we heard'of anyone apply-  1-TNKST HOt'l IP PEI) HOTEL IN THE NORTH.    EVERYTHING  CON'MJCTKD  IN   EIRST-CLASS_ .MANNER.  ,  French Restaurant in Connection.  Rich & I-Iastiic,  Proprietors;    David Hastik,  Managkr.  Corner of First and Discovery Streets-.  ance,' but now with the advent of a  prosperous season- before the camp  we respectfully ask the   unqualified  lying for admission to the hospital  in an "exhausted condition.'*'  With many other  things we might  Fo! e y.  Importer  of General   Merchandise  Miners    -Supplies  OUTFITTING A SPECIALTY  FIRST   STREET,    ATLIN   B.   C.  fiotel -Riuie!  support .of the citizens of the dis:jinstance to the uninitiated, the  trict We. are alive, but it requires'; thought of the trip'is'a thousand  the combined assistance of the-mer- j iiaies worse than the reality.  chants,   business  men,   miners and j    others to keep the Claim alive.  We extend our grateful thanks to  those who assisted in its revival and  kept the paper alive during the  winter, but there-are some we might  Choice Wines Liquors and Cigars.  'Poo! aid Billiards  Mxon &     urfon,  Pro{$&.  was 2S.  The highest!  Weather Report for April.  Through the kindness of Mr. A. 1  G. Lear of the ��� Record Office, we j  are permitted to publish the weather j  have looked to but they turned us .statistics for the mouth of Apiil: j  down, while there are others whose The mean temperature for April \  promises aie very poor pay. This  town  being "good pay" surely the! the lowest 11�� below zero. The  public would not have us think j prevailing winds have been sou4 h-  otherwise. v,-]y llIK-i the   weather shows 26 line,  With this issue we are reducing'(j;,ys o:*.l of 30 days iu the mouth.  the weekly subscription of the , Snow fell on the 3rd accompanied  Cj,aim to 15 cents   per copy and 50 jwjtli a gale of wind from the -.orth, ,  aud.a slight fall on the 23rd.  .Slight i  73 anove zero.    ^ ,.v_ n,5,iui|  has   always   had the name of j-ecorded    was   450   above zero and  below  Atlin Lumber & Ninin^ Co*.-  A. T. Baker   -----     Manager. .  i.        'A..  >ering in ail iis Branches.  ranch Office at Rine.  ���cents a month. We sincerely hope  that this reduction will, ere the ist  of June double Oiir subscription  list. Tbis price is within the reach  of all, and we have that confidence  in the public that another appeal  will be unnecessarv.  IT must  be  with   g<;r,ui.ie salis-  niii* fell during Lhe a fie: noon of the!  Alii    aud    hea\y    rain    during   tiie  night nf  the 30th.     An earthquake [  shock occurred   ou   lhe 28U1, nbonl ',  11.10 p.m.    This making the third  shock   recorded   since   the    ist  of  January last.  Rooms and Beds  Best Liquors and .Cigars  W. J. SMITH,  faction   that   the   recent   material! The   Alaska-Yukon  Mining!  change in the weather   is noted   by-  all  in camp.    The   long   continued  dominance of  Jack Imo.v   has   held !  snow  and   ice - with-a master hand  and we bad   almost  despaired   o! a  spring sit all this year.     Practically  all work on the creeks has been de- i  layed    fully three   weeks,   but the j  mild weather   and  southerly winds  this week have carried off the suow  ��� like a mist, and now that it has begun to go we would   like   to see it  all go.    The weather -prophets1 say  that the* probabilities are strong for  a   continuance   of   mild   weather,  judging.by the phase of the moon���  we hope their prognostications may  journal.  One cf the latest aspirants for the  suffrage** of   the   public in   " these  northern wilds1' is the Ai.aska-Yu-  RON   Mining Journal,   published  j monthly at   Skagway,   Alaska,   by  ��� Messrs. H. C. Diers,' Editor, aud 6.  |M. Kinney, Central Manager.   We  have   been   favoured with a copy of  the second number.     Ifor  a  review  of lhe mining   industry 'v.   this northern   continent   it   very   strongly  commends itself.    All   the districts,  Canadian and "American, arc taken  up in an  interesting   manner.-   We  commend the publication to all who  are   interested   in   Ibis     northern  countrv,  Vancouver  General  Store.  CARRIES A FULL LINE OK  OENERAL MERCHANDISE  A. S.-Cross & Co  1st. StrtM't Atlin.  NEW STRIKE!  Troy Laundry & Bath House  Will be in New Quarters on and after  March 4th, 19Q1.  C. B. COFFIN Prop i  GO   TO  PICK LUNCH ROOM  For Excellent Coffee.  Short Orders a Specialty.  Roast llpi'f or Itoiist  Pork with Mtixlirouni.i.  KUU.   MKA1..    Fil'l'Y    CRNT.S.  W. G��� PAKTON,  NOTARY   I'UUUC.  OFFICE:   Corner of Third und Pearl Strrut,  Atlin.    B.    (?.,    opposite Government UiiiWi-  liifr^.  All kindK of  mliiliifr pnpe*-? mndi? out   Spvpi-uI  yeiirs' prttutir.ii I   oxporieno*.   OKPlCli OK H. M'��  CUSTOMS.  J.,BroW,1,c,,t.,.o.L.s.       j    HOTEL VANCOUVER.  R. C. Lo-.vry, A. M. I. C. r.. 7 ..���'���"  j BKST   LIQUORS   A   f.'IG-A HS  Civil and Hydraulic Engineers, .<. (^mh, aooommoiiatio*. ������ Rr,sTAi;ruKT *.��  ;    _ . ��� A '   ��� j   ..���������������...      CONXBCTICN.    '  Land Surveyors. ;. s. johxstok.. pror*ri��t��r.  ���Pearx; Strebt, 'Athk, B. C. -.-!..���   Ofl,���t sui,nuj'f,n. h.i'**��.i ��^ i>*s��. ,  r*W��arW��w^t����W��'��j:a'''��l'l=tt*'  ^^^^^^^^^^ssssss^s^msg^^SE ATLIN,  B.C.. SATU.RD.AX il.W. 4,   190.1  ���"���f  DEALERS   13N  Shelf  *��inci   Heavy   Hardware, -  'SOLE   AGENTS   FOR <^  GIANT   POWDER'   CO.  Con.,   of Victoria,  B.   C.  '40 and 60 per cent Dynamite in 25 and 50 pound Cases.  Call on us for. Prices.  Cor. of PEARL and FIRST 'ST., ATLIN, B. C  DANGEROUS  JOKING  Causes   Rumours   of    Smallpox in Atlin  MINING MACHINERY.  To Be Spread   Abroad.���Caught in  <  '���      Time'And the   Disastrous Effect Counteracted.  Our attention was this week  called to the fact that reports and  rumours of "Small-pox in Atlin"  were beginning to get outside,.and  as we were, well' aware there was  absolutely.no foundation for such  .reports we took upon ourselves to  telegraph Skagway, with the view of  forestalling the arrival of the rep.irt  in that town." The telegram, which  was addressed to the two daily  papers ancl to Mr. Busby, Inspector of Customs, .was as follows :  "Deny positively ���- rumours of  small-pox in Atlin. ' One mild case  of scarlet fever;- patient now convalescent. Authorised by Cold  Commissioner.  "Tiii*: Ati.in Claim."  '   Allin, li. C, April.qylii. 190A'  "' Ou-inqniiy'we are led to the he-j  tie! that the report originated from  ;i "joke" which, was made on a  rather 'credulous individual, who  failed to see it. As bad news, like  lire, travels with ' the wind, when  not immediately suppressed, the  report came back to us off the  trails as a "fact."  Atlin, as a health resort, has few  if any peers in' the country. The  best proof of this is the fact that  there is barely a living for one  doctor, and when it is remembered  that we were without a physician  from November 4th last year till  February 24th of this year, have  " we net cause to feel that Atlin is  . without a peer. There was, a few  weeks ago, a slight epidemic of "la  grippe," the germs of which were  aindoubtedly brought in by people  coming in from the coast towns.  Now, about two weeks ago, the  scarlet fever patient arrived' here  from Seattle. The moment it was  discovered the Health authorities  took steps "to isolate the patient and  all the men with whom he had  been in association. Commissioner  Graham deserves credit for the  active steps he took to prevent the  spread-of the disease, in the erection  of au Isolation Hospital, and the  * housing of the suspects outside of  Fliscoverv, where the disease first  showed itself. The most tjnioious  need,have no fear of the spread of  the disease , as the first case is  convalescing, and the suspects have  spent the necessary lime in quara-i-  tine, so th��t all danger is now at an  end.  An English Company litis Taken  Ovor .the Business of Armstrong1 & Morrison of Vancouver.  By recent   advices , fi\ 111 Vancouver, H. C. we note    the   change   iu  *   m  the ownership of Armstrong' &  Morrison's engineeiing works in  that city, tire business will now be  known as-llie Vancouver Engineering Work's, Ltd. The new company is registered in Liverpool, and  is already considerably increasing  the capacity of the woiks. The old  firm has done quite a large business  in this district, and as" far as we  know no . complaints have been  made by, those who have placed  orders with ' that firm. The  new .'company has an . immense  field in this camp for the 'sale  oL, hydraulic and other mining  machinery, and we have ; every  reason to believe that with their  modern machinery they vvill be in  a position to compete with any of  the large works on the Pacific  coast.  . J. B. NORTON & Co.,  GENERAL MERCHANDISE,  BOULDER   CREEK.  NOTICE.  All (roods nt Atlin Pricus���l-Veijrhtiniy Don**.  Leave Orders nt Pilltunu's.  DISSOLUTION   OF    PARTNERSHIP.  ���RJOTTCK is liprcby jiivBii tliat tho partner-  *>hi|> heretofore cxi-stiiis1 between tho  uiitlcrsif?ncil, A. J. UuUei- and I!. G. Tciiiitint,  or iiikIim* the linn name of The Atlin Lumber  nnd .Mining Company, has, this day been dissolved. The liusiuess of the firm will be eon-  tinui*<l by .Mr. A. .1. Duller, who will also pay  nil outstanding lial.ilitic--. All accounts due  to the Into firm \\ ill be collected by him.  A. .1. BAKIiR.  Ii. G..TENNANT.  AtlLii, H. C, April Ith, 1901.  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  GRAHAM CREEIC.  News evincs from Graham creek  of what is being clone there now by  the few miners who have faith iu  the creek. The Ronayne brothers  have been busy whipsawing lumber  and have supplied the wants of all  hands, thus avoiding the necessity  of transportation from'Atlin over  difficult trails. Some prospecting  has been done by the discoverers,  but owing to the rise of the water  it was difficult to obtain a s' tisfac-  tory pan. However, what little has  been done shows that coarse gold  is to ,bs found on the lower'ground,  but whether in paying quantities or  not, remains to be seen, ft is expected that pay is to be found on  the discovery and a few adjoining  claims, but on the lower ground,  which is deeper, little can be said.  It is hoped the results with further  prospect work will be satisfactory.  ���RJOCTCIC is hereby {riven that the partner-  fhip heretolore subsisting: between J.  II. Kiivell nnd li. M. Siillivuii or under tin  iirm siume of 'lhe Atlin Hrewintr Company,  has Iweu this day dissolved. All debts o.vinfr  to thesnid Partnership are to be paid to .7.  II. Itii.v;<.'ll, and nil claims afjainat. the said  Partnership are to be presented to J, H  Russell. - E. M. SULLIVAN.  Dated this 11th day of April. 1901.   np-2U-lm  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP.  ���JvjOlTCK is hereby f��iven that the Partnership heretofore 'subsisting- hetween.-R,  H. Di.von and . F T. Troughton, ' under the  linn i mine ot Troiifrhton it Dixon, owners of  the Royal Hotel, Atlin. H. C, has this day  been dissolved by mutual consent. The business ����� ill henceforth be carried on by K. T.  Trough-ton. who will pay all debt*! due by  the lute firm, and collect nil amounts due to  said firm. F. T. i HOUGHTON.  K. IS. DrXON.'  Atli u. H. C, April 13, lillil. ap27-lm  NOT RESPONSIBLE.  ���jvTOTTCE is hereby tfiven that I will not be  rcs-poiisiblc for any debts contracted by  my wife J. D. DL'RIli.  Atlin, B.C., April 2G, 1901.   '       ,   ap-27-lm  ���J* HE BRITISH COLOMBIA PYKITKS  Company, Limited, a coinpuny incorporated .under the Conipunics' Aet and  Amendment Acts, and empowered by it*  .Memorandum and Articles of Association to  build tramway*, dives notice under Section  1, "Trniuway Comjuiiiy Incorporation Aet,"  and Section 2 of the " Trn'niwny .Incorporation Amendment Act, 1100." tliat it propone*  to build a tramway conininn'iiij; at a point,  on the Red Gulch Creek on the Red Gulch  Mineral Claim, situato in the Skeena Mining  Division, Range IV. Const District, in the  Province of Hriti-.li Columbia, thence following; tlio eourne of the northerly hunk of  the Jluxtnl rivor in a Westerly direction for  n distniice of six (6) milos to a point ou the  bank of said river.  Given at Victoria, B.C., this Twenty-fourth  day of April, 1901. ' '    ���  f THE BRITISH COLOMBIA PYRITE3  COMPANY, Ltd.'. ���   ,  Per Robt. H. Swinnkbton,  nia4-lm' ! ,���     -       , '��� Secretary.  PROVINCIAL   BOARD   OF   HEALTH.  t_JOUSEHOLDERS and others in the District are hereby iiotiiied to clean up  their premises of all garble empty tins,  etc., clean out all earth closets and privy  vaults, remove manure hearts, and clean tip  lots adjoining their premises on which they  h tve deposited any gal-bane, etc., by the ISth  of May, l��Cl. .!.- DJ GRAHAM,  ���  i Government Agent and Local  - Board of Health.  - Atlin. B.C.. April 29th. 1901- ' ' '  CANCELLATION OF RKSKRVH.  Cassia it Disthk't.  jSJOTICK is hereby j������iven thut the reservation placed ou Crown lunds situated iu  the Bennett Lake and Atlin Lake Mining  Divisions of Cassiar District, notice of  which was published in the British Columbia Gazette and dated 13th December.  1898, is herebj cancelled.  W. C. WELLS.  Chief Commissioner of Lunds A Works.  Lauds & Works Department,  Victoria. B. C, 30th January. 1901.  3 m-fe 2J  ^^o^o^c^o^a^o^^c^c^a^o^^o-fro^D^o.^  '    W. E.Haddon,  ���  STL",TbGRAPHER   &.  TYPEWRITER.  Headquarters at J. A. Fraser & Co.  'Documents of oil Kinds Promptly and Neatly  Copied.  "ULES EGGERT & SON,  Swiss  Watciimakers,  And   uiatiiifacturin<r jewellers.  All kinds of nujr(?nt work executed with  neatness stud dispatch.  First   St.   nest   to Vancouver Gptieral Stori*  THE  Cor. First and Trainor Strehts.  o  ���ftO^O^OOO^O-^OOO^O^O^O^CtO^O* ��>o*>c^c^a*ci*cw>o*o^o<��c��>ce34o�� i  9  9  BUILDER  AND  CONTRACTOR  ESTIMATES  GIVEN ON   ALL  KINDS OF WORK  PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS  A    SPECIALTY  BRICKS FOR SALE.  OFFICE:   Third Street, Atlin.  NEXT TO CHURCH OF ENGLAND.  r irk LAND HOTEL.  FIRST   .STREET,   ATLIN.  J.  KIKKLAND, - Manager.  First-class dining room  And Elcyanl Sleeping Rooms.  7  ENDOME   HOTEL,  Choicest Wines, Liquors & Cigars.  FREE BOWLING ALLEY  ,i  ���A  'A  . i r  J. TALLMIRE. Propr'etor..  \ 4  i  I'ov  ATLIN,   B.  C, SATURDAY,   .MAY,  4,   .-901.  I i  I'  'i  L-;  (t)  W.  L  \  The  Pioneer  Store.  -     ' - I'JNJi   C1TV.   ii. <;.,  CARRIKS   A   1-fI.I.   LINE   OK  Groceries, Boots and Shoes, Gents' Furnishings and Miners' Supplies.  C.   D.   NEWTON &   GO.  PICKED UP HERE AND THERE.  Church   of Kiitflund:  St. Martin's Church, cor. Third  and Truin-  (ir streets.   Sunday services. Matins at  11 n.  in., liveusoiiir 7::t0 p. m.   Celelirnti if Holy  Cmniiiiiiiioii, Ist Sutiduy iu each month and  uu Special occasions. .Sunday .School, Sunday at K p. in. Committee Meetings, 1st  Thursday in each mouth.  Rev. l-\ L. Stephenson, Rector.  St.    Andrew's    Proshytoriiui  Church   hold  services in    the   A.    li'. Hall, Second Street.  Moniiii*.'  service  at II   cveiiinsr set vice 7:.'H1  -Sunday School ut.the close of the  niornintr  service.     Rev. .1. Pi-in-rle, Minister.  Notice to the Public.  The Editor begs to announce, in  1   response   to   numerous wellwishers  ; ou the   creeks   and   elsewhere, that  the  Claim   will  be sold at the  following rates, strictly payable in advance:  One year,.  Six months  Three ni out lis  One month  postpaid to the nearest local post-  office. . To outside yearly subscrib-  'ers, .50 cents, and for six months  or less, .25 cents extra.' Single  copies, . 15 cents.  $5.00-  3.00  1.50  ���50  Another shipment of those fine  chickens has arrived for Fraser &  Co. Come early :ind get - your  choice at 30 cents per pound.  The Kooteuay Hotel has now-received its   finishing  touches.    The  ' -rooms   are   well   and" comfortably  -  furnished, and 'the    hotel   has not  an equal in this northern country.  Dockrill has full line of fishing  tackle and flies,  WANTED���Restaurateur to run  first class dining-room business.  Premises fronting Discovery street.  Apply Hotel Metvopole.  ".     Eor disinfectants go to Dockrill's.  The Billiard table has arrived at  the Royal Hotel ancl Kosselli will  give au exhibition .to-night of  " How to handle the Cue." The  show will be worth seeing.  Group of Seven Bench claims for  sale. Best part of Pine creek.���Apply Claim Office.  A real estate deal of some importance took place this 'week,  whereby Bob Dixon became the  owner of the lot adjoining the  Russell Hotel, .having bought the  property from Jack Letherdale. It  is Mr. Dixon's intention to build a  first class livery and feed stable.  ��� He is now bringing iu a new four-  horse stage which lie is going to  run between Atlin and Discovery.  The Gold House will 1)2 the headquarters of the stage at Discovery.  The latest maps of Atlin district  at Pillmau & Co's.  Baths Hot, Troy Laundry.  * To the nuneis on Boulder creek  and vicinity it will be pleasing to  note that J. B. Norton & Co. ate  openuig a general merchandise  store where they will be able to  purchase ihsir supplies at Atlin  ..prices. .-.������'. .- , '  Oranges, $1 per dozen, at Pill-  nian & 'Go's.  Mr. T. S. Bry'cc, representing the  Ross, ' Higgins Co. of Skagway,  spent a few days in town this week.  His linn have been doing considerable liusiuess- wilh i Dawson ,and  Yukon ' merchants ' and Mr. liryce  lias been lookingover the situation  here. Th'e Ross, Higgins Co intend making a specialty this year  of handling perishable goods,- eggs,  fruit, dairy produce, etc., and are  prepared to guarantee al! consignments for Atlin.  Hot Maths, Troy Laundry.  Just armed ! Fresh potatoes a-nd  onions and strictly fresh Eggs.  Best Creamery Butter, Oranges,  Lemons and Apples at  Pillman's.  H. H^ FVaser'aud J. T.iylor came  in from Skagway yesterday.    They  have   a    lay   on   No.    1S below on,  Boulder.  Are   vou   going to build or make  ��    ,.   et  alterations?���If so, see Olive. .Men  always on handZ  Store to rent in best part of towu-  20 x 38.���Apply- Claiiu Office.  C. Doelker will be in his new  quarters���Hotel Northern���to-day.-  Furnished rooms to rent���apply  Hotel Northern.'  . Cummings and Richardson have  received another large consignment  of Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings,  Carpets, etc. * '  Try Hot   Baths. T-roy ���Lauu.-lry.  We learn that P. Burns & Co.  have a drove of cattle on the .way  here. It is a comfort lo think we  ma}- have a chance to taste some  fresh killed bei-f, and if the cattle  have not. l)2en working their way  over the trail we may get a real  tender piece of steak.  ' The largest circulating libiary in  Atlin; only 10 cents exchange, at  Pillmau & Co.'s.  A. K. Munro, of Victoria, made  the record trip iu to Atlin for the  winter. He left Vancouver on the  25th of April on the C. I\ N. Co.'s  steamer Danube at 2.30 p.m. and  arrived in Skagway, Monday morning, covering the distance iu 3V2  days; arrived in Log Cabin o:> the  same afternoon and was in Atlin before noon 0:1 Tuesday, April 29th.  Orders taken at the office of the  Claim for the latest picture of King  Edward VII.  A dance will be given at the  Nugget Hotel, Discoveiy, un Tuesday next, 7th inst. Our Atlin  fiiends are cordially invited and a  j gjod time for all is assured.  j The Klkhoni French Laundry  ! will be open for business ou Mon-  jday next. Orders may be left at  ! Pillinan's. Mrs. J. I). Skinner is  ! proprietress.  ! S. H. l'lnmbe is once more at  I the Halfway House where he will  j be pleased to meet any of his  I friends-' in an iS-foot ring, a bar-  I room or a barrel.  LOST'-A black cat; answers, to'  the name of -"'Tommy Atkins;"  any person returning same lo The  Club, will be suitablv rewarded.''  SPRING   G  We Carrv the Largest and Best Assortment  ��� uv  OSES  k   GENTS   FURNISHINGS  Boots- and Shoes.  g&r-    Cur Prices are- the Lowest.    ���  STOCK   OF   "GOLD   SEAL"   RUBBER   BOOTS.  Cummings & Richardson,  LEADING'  HOUSE  1AL HOTEL,,  E.   ROSSELLl, ^Manager.  Corner Feurl and First Streets, Atlin, B; C.  This'New   and   Commodious .Hotel was opened  to the Public,  April  .1GU1, igoi.���Everything in it is New. --Strictly  First Class.  CilOiMST WINK, 1I',UI0!>S AN!) CIGARS CASf GOODS A SJ>I.( lAtTY.     r  FOR  BUSINESS,  Temporary Premises���Next to Leland Hotel.  fc Go., Butchers  IKK. OlM.KSI'lK.   Prop.  Wai.tkr Blakik Mgr.  ' '   - -   p   - _  Finest   Wines, . Liquors   and   Cigars.  Furnished Rooms by the Day,     _. -  Week or Month.  For fine Views and Photos go to  . -ft filr&MeW's'   ' *      *  Films,- Plates, etc. for sale.   .  ��� First, and Pearl' Streets.  :Atlin B. C.  THE gold; house.  DISCOVERY,   B. C.  Comfortably Furnished Rooms���By the Day,.Week or Month.  AMKRICAN-   AND    EUROPEAN    PLAN.  J. Lkatiikuda!..!-:, Proprietor.  Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  New and SiMMiinl   lliiml   Tin und Granite Ware, Iron  Steel, Picks, Shovels and BlurUt-mitli's  Coal, (riant Powder. Claps, I'lisi'mul Yukon Stove*..     ,  ' Goods   Bounlil   Sold   .ind   Exchanged.  ri^o  JtiJL\,  .    .    .    FRESH MEATS ALWAYS ON HAND.    .    .  Fish, * Game   in   season and   home    made    Sausage.  Noktiikkn .HoTKi. Building,  First Stkkict.  <;. K. 11..YKS. J. G. (Jousuijr..  Discovery.        '    .  OPEN DAY  AND NIGHT,  :  KrRST-CLASS RESTAURANT  ���'���' 7.'   .       INv  CONNECTION.  Ilemli|imrters for Hnlnipi* * Parrot!'x stutfc.  PINE TREE HOTEL.  DISCOVERY, B., C.  Finest of liquors.     Good stabling.  Ed. SANDS.v-Proprletor.  OF/BATHS     Z  >:.'.IV�� .BARBER vSHOP  ��� I'. LINK    '' .'Prop.;'  Now 6ucuii.v their new quarters next  Ui tlio Bunk of 11.' X. A.. First Street.  Tl.c !:utli rooms ure <��i'iiall,v ns good as found  ; .1   lii'ii1.'*..    l'rlviilc 'liiitr.��ui-o for ludiu*.  il^PPSj^ggi^ii

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